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Focusing on Joy: a Conversation with Dawn Herring

I have know Dawn Herring for a number of years now. We are both journal writing enthusiasts and it truly has been a joy to get to know her. Dawn is one of the most authentic people I know and her playfulness is contagious. Have a listen to our recent conversation. Thanks Dawn. I appreciate Read More

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Turning to Nature for Healing and Bliss (or Comfort)

Lately I have been feeling the need to unplug a bit. As an author, podcaster, and social media specialist – I am on digital screens quite a bit for what I do for a living. When I take a break from the technology I find what I want to do is be outside (granted, this Read More

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I Will Never Forget Losing My Mother to Alzheimer’s: A Conversation with Elaine Pereira

  Within the span of only a few years, author Elaine C. Pereira was forced to cope with the deaths of her sister-in-law, brother, father and the rapid decline of her mom. But the most difficult challenge of these life-changing events was the time spent as a caregiver when her mother struggled with and eventually surrendered Read More

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Courage, Love, and Faith…Coming out LGBTQ in the LDS Community.

The Georgeson family Christmas photo 2018. From L to R: Alan, Marissa, Michelle, Konrad, and Blake. Recently I had one of the most meaningful (and difficult) interviews on my show. When I was a young stay at home mom in Maple Valley, WA (a bedroom community 45 miles SE of Seattle), I had the good Read More

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What Does a Sore Throat Have to do with Courage (or lack thereof)?

As a child I had a lot of strep throat infections. My parents took me to many doctors in Honolulu asking if they would just remove my tonsils. They were always told: She will outgrow them”. My tonsils remain intact. I did have a good many more throat infections throughout my young life. For the Read More